Web 2.0 Expo – Start-up companies

22 04 2007

Web 2.0 start-up companies are raising very quickly and have been, in the last couple of years, the preferred target of Silicon Valley’s veture capitalists investiments, and of big internet companies acquisition strategy. Someone speaks about a new “Bubble” of the internet market but it does not seems so, this time. Well, a lot of companies have good products, brilliant ideas and other just not, but this happen in all market segments, and the web 2.0 “tag” does not mean gold. Most are based on the “traditional” advertisement business model, that works and will work for a lot of time, but the winners will be the ones able to use the partecipation model of web 2.0 to substain and reinforce the actual company business model (amazon is one) and the ones that will find new business models, based on advertisement or whatever else.

User generated contents, feeds, communities, rich web applications, widgets. All these web 2.0 technologies offer undiscovered possibilities of new features and business models and who will manage all data better than others. “Data is intel inside” wrote Tim O’Reilly in his article What Is Web 2.0.

I found an interesting post by Sean Ammirati on SugarCRM participation business model

Web 2.0 expo has offered an occasion to take a look and speak about some new start-up:

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